RE: HTML Question about Symbols

Subject: RE: HTML Question about Symbols
From: "Dave Murray" <davemurray -at- attbi -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 4 Jun 2002 14:57:21 -0400

Hi Paula,

Use &#8805; for > or =

Use &#8804; for < or =

I was given this excellent HTML book a gift (HTML Complete by Sybex ISBN
0782124674) and it's full of charts and other helpful stuff.


Dave Murray

Technical Documentation & Online Help Systems

mailto:davemurray -at- attbi -dot- com

Okay folks,

I'm doing some documentation for a local refinery and I've run into a
symbol problem in coverting this stuff from word docs to HTML.

What do you use for the greater than and equal to symbol (and its
counterpart less than and equal to). I can't find an ISO reference for
either of these symbols and I need it for some chemical equations.


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